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Old 04-16-2009, 03:52 AM   #16
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Please don't dredge up old threads. If you're serious about your question, start a new one.
well, since it's related, what's wrong with that?
 
Old 04-16-2009, 04:30 AM   #17
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Hi,

I saw this response, I originally started the post.

I gave up on Beagle. As Hangdog42 said this post is really old - try a Google. I'm not trying to be in any way offensive here.

I'm now longer sure Beagle is important, in the latest Linux distros that I've used, I've always de-activated it. It simply consumes to many resources.
 
Old 04-16-2009, 05:27 AM   #18
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there's now a FAQ about symbolic links which are actually not inspected.

I've just started using beagles, and I don't know when you stopped using it; however, I find it really good, and basically it does not eat any resource when I'm working (it is set to eat some more when the computer is idle).
 
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well, since it's related, what's wrong with that?
Two things really. First, things change fast in Linux. What was true almost five years ago has almost certainly changed. A lot. Second, in threads this old it is not uncommon for the participants to no longer frequent LQ, so if you did have a question, it may never get much attention. The fact is threads with a lot of replies tend to get less attention than new ones.
 
  


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